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Snodgrass (supra n. 4) 138. The second spear was assumed to be really there by the scholar who 18. originally published the vase (Georg Karo, AD II fasc. 4 p. 8). For the throwing-loop (aiganee), Hans-Günter Buchholz, Gerhard Jöhrens and Irmgard Maull, Jagd und 19. Fischfang: Archaeologica Homerica Band I Kapitel J (Göttingen, 1973), J83–J96. This force—possibly Cretan mercenaries: Ctesias, Persica 26—seems to be distinct from the Scythian archers shown in friendly association with hoplites on Athenian black-figured vases of the last 20.
De Vos, Scythian Archers in Archaic Attic Vase-painting (Groningen, 1963). Snodgrass, Arms and Armour of the Greeks (London, 1967) 83–4, 98–9. Snodgrass (supra n. 20) 38. D. Beazley, Attic Red-Figure 21. Vase-Painters (2nd edn: Oxford, 1963) 987 no. 1. 22. Snodgrass (supra n. 4) 133. 23. Lorimer, Homer and the Monuments (London, 1950) 261. 24. Snodgrass (supra n. 4) 133. 25. Snodgrass (supra n. 20) 80. 26. Snodgrass (supra n. 4) 56. Cf. Polyb. 6–9. Miller, ‘Midas as the Great King in Attic fifth-century vase-painting,’ Antike Kunst 31 27.
On the day of the funeral coffins of cypress wood are borne on wagons, one for each tribe, and the bones of each are in the coffin of his tribe. One empty bier, covered with a pall, is carried in the procession for the missing whose bodies could not be found for burial. 2–3, Loeb translation, emphasis added) This last statement is very revealing, since it obviously implies that the Athenians at least knew for whom they were searching, and were able to compare the number of bodies actually retrieved against some master list of the original number of men sent out.